Heritage Cape Breton Fall Members Meeting – November 13, 2015

The annual Fall Member’s Meeting will be hosted by Heritage Cape Breton Connection and the Cape Breton Miners’ Museum.  A time for sharing our successes, learning what is new in the Heritage world and meeting our friends in the Cape … Continue reading

HERITAGE CAPE BRETON CONNECTION – ‘Voices of Heritage, Part 3’

HERITAGE CAPE BRETON CONNECTION is  seeking to interview Cape Breton Veterans, War Brides and family members who have memories of Canada’s involvement in World War I and II for our ‘Voices of Heritage, Part 3’. HCBC plans to do video … Continue reading

ALM Conference Nova Scotia

ALM Conference Nova Scotia

  The Association of Nova Scotia Museums (ANSM), the Council of Nova Scotia Archives (CNSA), the Library Boards Association of Nova Scotia (LBANS), and the Nova Scotia Library Association (NSLA) have joined forces for the first time to offer an … Continue reading

Lumière Cape Breton – 24.09.15 to 26.09.15

  Held each September, Lumière is a transformative art festival that takes place in Sydney, Cape Breton. The festival consists of workshops and community events, and culminates in a spectacular art-at-night event.This year’s festival will take place over three days … Continue reading

Association of Nova Scotia Museums AGM 2015

The Annual General Meeting  of the Association of Nova Scotia Museums will be held Friday, September 25 @ 12.00 at the Museum of Natural History. A buffet lunch will be provided followed directly by the AGM procedures. There will be cake… … Continue reading

Bell In Colour Art Exhibit July 1 to October 20,2014

Marilyn Kellough has an exhibition of watercolour paintings opening at the Alexander Graham Bell Museum in Baddeck, Nova Scotia on July 1st. Don’t miss this opportunity to celebrate her work. The exhibit runs from July 1 to October 20, 2014. … Continue reading

Glace Bay Old Town Hall gift shop dedicated to the late Isabelle Harris

Sharon Montgomery-Dupe, Cape Breton Post Published on June 19, 2014   GLACE BAY —  If one was thing was made clear about the late Isabelle Harris on Thursday, it was the impact she had on her community. Eight months after … Continue reading